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Kendrick, Latah County,
Seven Ridges Velerimry Opens Ajjg. I'I
]ssi spsr]s] program
July 31, 1997
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nesses, Discover >vhat's n(.w in home
Thirty-onr children and nine adu]is
Jack W. Sniith, a former Big businesses, connect with the pro
participated in the program. MedicA iiiemoria];.cr . i. I'r>r V, Luc liRj<lgc resident,
va] stories were rea(j, crafts mad'ear
died Monday duct you'e been searching for, or pratt, 72, i> for:i:(r ~:.L!>(Irick
"bread stick" jous<s Julv 21, at. Iiis home in Lewiston of even check out your competition. farmer and schi i]I '...., <I>i>er area
The one-day onlv mall starts al 10 Culdesac
enjoyed by a]1. After the jousresiden', >] j be held at
Hc was born January 26, 1926, a. m. and cont~nues until 4 p,
ting, tarts and "grog" were share I
a. m. ThursL];:v
ugust 1 duri>1g the weekly J-K B
su>T>mcr readjn;;, lo J])hn Walloii sr><i An>in Hoju11an
at Seattle, IIe graduated from C»»»~jty
pro 'ram, '"I'imc]ess Treks," has bee;1
c«'. ere(I- lish
V"ncouvcr (Wasl>,) High School in
Vote for the busin ss that you 1vjj] fo]]ow.
a success for the ]ibrary Ihis year.
Thi ]ILv. pill Sjiir]i v
or informa- i)f St. Joseph Region:]]
Eighty-five children have registereil
]'edlca] Ce11He b<canic an rapprenticc boiler- tive and become eligible for the tin wi]l oi'i'iciatc
for the program and 52 youngsters
and i rLr»ation will
al 14 and rcinai»ed a boilercertificate
h'ive already finished and receive]
One take p]ace.
vote per person with vote informatheir prizes. The latesl to finish weri maker all his life
]ze served ivjtj> the U. S. Navy tion and results becoming public inthe following; Lindsry Liedkie, Lis;i
Lucille died Sunday, July 27, at
market Tr>-State Hc;ilth and Rei>abilitatinn
ire]and ]io>11 Junc 23, 1<944 to June 5 ]946 formation,
are requested not tol Center al Clarkston of in)uries susMall, in Guan> and the Saipan Islands.
He married Mars] A]cock October vote. Customer
draw- tained in an automobile accident in
and 14, ]947, at VancoUver. The couple ings will also be held.
Ill ide their
Top off the dav's events with thc
liome in the VancouverShe was born Aug. 19, 1924, to
Any of those eh] jdi( n who are Po> '!On(i, Oregon area and he work- evening
which Roy and Blanche Flower Ber]in<registered and are still reading ]1avei cii as a uperintc>1dcnt for Bacock will be in the park at 7 p, m. Con-I boff at Ola, idaho. She graduated
until Aug, 16 to finish thc progran> and
from Lewiston High School in 1943.
Co. His tact Phyllis at 289-5302 for info.
ad receive their prizes. For more w"rk look hini as far nnrjh as Alas-—
Sh(. mariied Robert B Piatt Aug
26, 1946. The couple made their
phone 276-707], or stop «ii and as far south as Mexico and Home Business Owners—
in during open hours; Monday
share home at Lewiston. They then moved
3 6 ma>)y slates in between.
Tile coUIa]e divorced in 1975.
or service, to Kendrick and later Southwick and
3 8. Thursday
]p 6 an(i
Ile married Louclla Forest Oct. at the Park Mall and possibly win farmed at both p]aces,
Saturday from 10 to 12.
a prize. Top three businesses, selec19, 1976, at Reno, Ncv. They mov
to Kendrick and
ted by customers
t. o th e I ewis on an d K en(ric
will receive one operated Pratt Service a gas st;ii
of the following: "Good News" four tion and garage. She also drove a
]Zc enj.yed ajrp]anes and ]jkcd inch display ad in
the Lewiston school bus f'r the Kendrick School
,'o pilot his o>vn airplane to various Mo rning Tribune, free print work District for many ye:irs.
qMO g g
at PrintCraft of Lewiston
lier husband died Oct. 2 1982.
I 77P $4fl$ 'QIQIII
He restored antique automobiles office supplies at Valley Stationery She then moved to Culdesac, where
Dr. Ran(L'ill Gutling, D. V, M., and
and have two child-
11. The clinic will be based out, of p, rn. Moiiday through Frida
Wedcir home at 110 W Main, Kcnd- ncsd;iy fri>m 8 a. n>. to 8 p. >n., and
geggI'gg geQ)$ 6$
r nge of largr and small, Satiirday from 9 a, m. tu 12 p, m,
animal services will bc offered, in-I
svill bc taken anyc u ing n>obile service to your horn«, time. '1'he phone number is 289The Idaho Commission
on fhc son truck that he restored and drove
The Cuttings moscd to Kendrick 5555 or toll free 1-888.289-3850.
Arts announced its 1998 arts.grantI ii manv parades,
He also partici]ps] rrreh si 4 ssriss si press coh- pated ip amateur
the state and younger years.
Rep. Trail Urges Chenowith
among these was a grant of 8526
He is survived by his wife at the
To Reconsider Vote on
to the Kendrick-Juliaetta
Arts cou- coup]e's Lewistonn home; a daughcil for so me local arts program- ter, Janet Smith of Portland; a stepNational Endow of Arts
Da]c Fry of Leiv>ston a step
fsy Son]a L hman
Trail Dist 5 St.ite Legis- from the Idaho State Legislature daughte>. Nori pearson of'Smyrna,
and Opal Lohman
ll'1tor froln Lntah Couilty
recently A iota] Df $ 479,333 was granted for Tenn.; two brothers, Gary Smith of
wrote thh fo]lowi»g letter to US 167 projects irl 45 towns. All funds Los Banos, Calif., and Hoss Smith
cc]ebrated her Rcp. ]](]cn Cheno>gath (R ]D) ur al'e n1atched by local communities,
o[ Vancouver; and f'our stepgrand"he arts arc thrjvi»g in Idaho,'hildren.
90th birthday Sunday at the Comer-'ing
hrr to reconsider hcr vote to
on church, All of her
children, sti>p fun(ling tlic National Endow- Governor phillip E. Batt explained,
A memorial service was held July
"This year's grants, awarded
grandchildren and great-grarid child- m'iit of the Ass.
to 26 at. Ma]corn's Brower-Wa>1n MemGcin Slate artists,;>rts or an>zat>orns, oria] Chape] >n L(>vis>on. Creination
were present to iiiakc hcr day>
'l'lie g;izcllc ha
R ~ T 1'.
very special one, Granddaughter
pro al to reprint his letter, which and schools. will Provide new op- followed.
Teri Falland of Idaho I a]]s arri'ved svr are 1)]eased to do:
Memorials may be sent to the AmThursday,
work>"g >11 erican Ca»cer Society care of GeorLyk and Sharon P;irks
the arts, bring creativity and econ- gia LaRocque, 1027 Ninth Ave,, in
of Blackf'oot arrived Friday, Chuck,, D«;ir Rep. Ch<noweth:
Fallon arrived by plaiie Saturdayl
l'm v, riling you to urge your re- omic resvards to our communitie.", Lewiston, ID 83501 or St. Joseph
and Tcri Burns and son Zacchary of'ronsid(ratj()il
of yo~ vote on the and they enrich the lives of our Regions]Medical Center Home HeaSt, Helens, Oregon also arrive<i on Nations] En<jo>vn>ent of thc Arts chjldr('h. We are prou'I to be part- 1th Hospice, P. 0. Box 816, Lewisqjany constituents in District 5 and ners with them."
of U e ~ts
Saturday afternoon Sharon parks, I strong]y support IZ S. GovernJeri and Chuck Falland, Connie ment participation in funding the Chair. De!ores C. Fcry, said, "We
Lohman an<i Ron and Sonja Loh'rts through the states to distribute are deeP]5 aPPreciative to ihe Gov- KCK Enleyed Outing
man enjoyed a picnic at Freeman! tg) local arts organizations
and art- ernor and the Le
a At Old (a&~
Ca~per K]ub had
Governlllcnt support ror the Art,
Mary Wills was an unfortunate
makes it possiole to us these funds
victim of a bce sting Sunday that in obtaining
matching funds from one-time money to local arts coun- ted between Pierce and Headquarmake the ters.
t e trip were
t lie hospital
Qgc >s th
c 1 r a>id ]ocal cjtj cils. These organizations
home and r(scovering
Margie Sch zchs This addc<j leverage provides arts available in our communities Roy and Edith Johnson,
e en U ric1,
re an Alice nywartz and son Tony of Puyallup ar- thc essence of a true partnerships to,
visitors have been Karen and gor(j-I makes good economic sense. Cu]turie Singer of Troy and Sonja Loh- al activities such as the, Lione] Hamjmlmton Jazz Festival positively
. t the business co n iti s of
Judy White and Sonja Lohman
were jn Moscow one day last week ]4Toscow an<] I.cwjsjon (over $ 200,
on business and enjoyed ]unch inl 000 directly). I can name at ]east
15 activities in thc North Cent a]
Visitors at the Ron Lohman home Idaho area that are assisted through
have been Jim and Karoleen Loh- NFA giants.
man, Bob and Judy White, Sharon
].oca] arts councils are major
parks, Jeri Falland and Mark Saler. participants a]ong >vjt]> other Ioca]
Arts made its funding decisions at
the June 19-21 meeting in Boise.
Thc Commission is a state agency
dedicated to making the arts available to a]l citizens in Idaho. The
Commission is governed by thirteen
Private citizens who are BPPointed
by'he Governor to serve four-year
Tuesday afternoon Elmo and Marge Eldrldge drove to Oakesda]e to
visit Marge's sister Frances Zimmerman. They brought their greatgrandson Thomas Eldridge of Spokane home to join them on a camping t ip.
Wednesday Fi'cd and Betty Arnett s>s>ted Ne>l a d K
croft, and Neil's brother phi]lip. On
Saturday the Arnetts visited Don
and Mary E]]en Brown and Sunday
afternoon Marge Frevtag
Friday afternoon Cynthia Hutchcson of Craigmont and Kathy pranson of Nezperce visited Judy Cal]ison. Sunday Judy attended a quiff
-lass in Moscow.
Last Tuesdav Gus Eichner spent
the dav with his grandmother, Marilyn Eichncr, Monday Marilyn
She was a member
of the E]iza
Pated in Tal-e Pride ill Amerim,
C]earwater Unit. She served as a
1o]untccr for thc Cu]d«ac sausage
feed and the Cu]desac Quick response Unit.
She enjoyed quilting, sewing and
knitting. She also liked to garden,
5 croquet, read, camp, fish and
travel. She enjoyed animals, flying
her husband and SPending time
with family and frien
She is survived by a daughter
Beverly Gilliam of Culdesac; two
sons, C. Robert pratt of Nezperce
and Doug Pratt of Bonanza, Ore.,
three sisters, Ruth Dyer of Hillsboro, Ore., and FaX and Maxine
both of Clarkston; two
brothers, L. E. (Bud) Berlinghoff
Sue Svverson were luncheon guests
of Ann Anderson at her home on
Saturday Haze] and Jim ganger
attended the birthday party at Ada
Westendah]'s home jo ce]ebrate Ada
were Colleen Schuit and
Lowell joined the grouP Wednes- Darcv and Travis of Lewjston and
Shelly Candler and daughter Ta]ea
da) afternoon and Thursday afterof Moscow
noon visitors were John and Karen
Thursday, Erma Reid of Lewjston
Johnson. Friday evening cake an
was a dinner guest with Elma and
icc cream were served to celebrdate
Laurlne Haze]tine. Friday Tom per
rigo he]ped with chores and was a
dinner guest. Laurine and Elma had
a f'un day Saturday attending yard
sa]es in Kendrick, Deary and Juliage
She was a substitute librarian for
the Culdesac Library. )he also worke(l as a caregiver for Seubert Home
Health Care and at Morgan's Alley
at Lewiston as a sales cle>k
She was a member of the Gold
Hill extension group at Southwick.
She served on the Nez Perce County
Library Board and
boards for Latah and Nez Perce
counties, She was a member of the
GEM Community program at Culdesac and the Kendrick and Culdesac
of Redding, Calif.; eight
and six great-grandchildren.
to the Cu]desac Quick Response Unit, P. O. Box 102, Culdesac 83524.
Betty Jean and C]iff
Swanson and Ara to St. Maries and
they attended the recept]on honoring Hu]da's niece and husband
Debeen Lyle and Sharon Parks, Chuck arts activities for families and youth
Last Sunday Resi Brown joined ]ores and George Co]]inge on their
camp fires were color
and Jeri Falland and Teri Burns and
all of the arts events that I supL
Ron Beard and Jenny Brown on a 40th wedding
Elk River. The5 had dinn~~ a l~v~ly d
T e campers
impact the lives of our At BeachvieW park July 13
out and walked down to E]k River
Jim and Renee Peavy and three
Jill Ann Knudsen of North Bend, citizens even in small towns such as
Falls, Resi accompanied
Jim and children of Gig Harbor, Wash., were
Oregon is vj jtjng her mother Jean Bovjl], potlatch, and Elk River.
Jeanette Thiel and Reba Toomey
onday evening dinner and overlate Barney and Ame]ja Riley of
Wegner and other relatives.
I'l aPPreciate your commun]ca- Kendr,ck
and visiting family to Kamiah for night guests of Tim and Me]i]sssa
Friday Don Fry, Jean Wegner and ting Inythoughts and those of many
Eichner and familv. Jim and Tim
Jj]] Ann Knu(jsen attended memorja] of the electorate in Djsfrjct 5 to our at ThBeachview Park in Clarkston,
ParkI LFI pD
Sunday morning Vickv Benscoter were school chums as Jim was a
Idaho EV8 ~
services for Jack Smith in Lewis- Senators.
former Kendrick resident.
ser Leonar and grandson Brent w o Pa]ouse Jazz f'rom Moscow, with had coffee with Kari Galloway.
Thursday Ray Lohman was a vistraveled
farthest from Sonora,
Recent visitors of Jean have been
d'erform Friday, August 1 from 7 and her granddaughter Megan were itor at the home of John and Gladys
Polly Koepp, Roy and Doris Silto 9 p. m. in the Kendrick City houseguests of Art and Maxine Fos- Wilson. Friday morning
flow, Nellie Millard, Walt McCall,
tcr from Tuesday through Friday. Robert Wilson of St. Maries was a
Herb Mi]lard, and Abby Rines.
Other upcon1ing events are:
Sunday Esther Shreffler accom- caller. In the evening Bob and Kathy
as in August, Aug. 8.
panjed Bob and Doris Hanson to Wilson of Fernwood
Gordon and Frances Peters atElvis Tribute with 5 ps and 60s Troy where Debbie and Ken Whit- Diane Dupea of Moscow was a SatLewiston,
'Ihc a>t classes scheduled for the Konen ffrom. L
tended the 50th wedding annivermusic, Aug. 1.
ney joined them for a scenic drive urday morning guest and afternoon
sary recept]on for F]oyd and Betty week of Aug. 4-8 wlil be changed and son Brian from Deary, Bob andd
Celtic Music, 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. north. They spent the day with company were Rita and Bruce KidEllen
the to two two-day
Bob's sister and husband Clara and der and their daughter Marcy HayHermiston, Bryan Fu]ton and Mclo9Pth birthday
party for Margaret >vf]] be held inst<-ad on Monday and
Special thanks to the fo]lowing Ted Huffman at their cabin on Lake ncs and children and daughter Roxdie
I'ucsday, Aug. 4 and 5 ahd Monday
July market entertainers: The WSU- Coeur d'lene.
Kidder of Portland, and Amy
and Tuesday, Aug. 11 and 1 . The Eddie Tout of Moscow.
pu]]mran Intcrnatfo»a] polk Dancers,
Ware accompanied her sis- Lohman and Mare and Nic and Jody
cost for a]1 four classes wil] be only
Classic Country Gospel, and Idaho ter Georgia Gillis to Spokane on Mitchell were evening callers. Mon$ 4 perchi]d.
NEN ARRlVALSMonday where Georgia kept a medi- day morning Doris Parker, who had
The class for children ages
Thanks also to Steve Howerton cal appointment.
been visiting her parents and famwill be held at 9-10:30 at the cook THANK YOU FROM
for keeping the park in such great
Weekend visitors of Ada Westen- i]y accompanied Edith Adams and
Classes FLOYD AND BETTY H,
Denn]ershape for the weekly markets! Ap- dahl and Quent. in Car]son included Linda Castj]]a back to their homes
for children ages 9-14 wl]
i be held
A very special thank you to all preciation also goes to Deana Mc- Chery] Bain, Tom Bain and Pepper in Seattle.
B b and Roz D nn]er are proud from
1 1 .12:30 at the same location. our friends and our dear fahi]LY
bj th f jh
Garvey for her fine job as market Patchman of Seattle, Bob Bain and
Those wai>ting to register for the for making our 50th wedding annia
andsonl Nathand h'ld
hei]i of Emery v>]le Ca]>f
Jul jaetta-Kendr jc]c
c&ss should call Lisa Wo]ff at 289- versary such 8 memorab]e occasion.
ie] Slee]e Denn]er was born Ju
and Janet Edwards of Spokane.
the THANK YOU
lVIeal Site Menus
to Ted and Peggy O'Nei] Dez»>]er
Lais and Vernon Grandlund
- spmja] cake, cards andf]owers,
8 ]bs., 4 oz
d by to visit with Ada
in Boise. He weighed
We extend a very specia] thank T o,
&e trees in the I>ark are you to the >nany friends and fam- and Quentin on Saturday morn ng.
22 i h
pp ecjated and will bless us with ily who jojhe(I in our 80th birthday
Jan t Edwards, daughter of Ada F jd
many happy memories.
celebration on July 26. We will Westendah], has recently completed
Swiss Steak w/Tomato Sauce
God Bless you»I],
cherish the fond memor>es of 80 a two Sear pro]ect at the U. S. Dept.
etta and Eliene Ely of Union City, Kings Heirs at Kendrick
. Floyd ahd Betty H.
years of friendship shared with the of Agriculture in Washington,
Kendrick, J»]iaetta ar>d Troy corn- Janet has returned to her position
Corn Bread and Butter
The Kings Heirs, a gosPel singing CORRECTION
d pam O'eil of Milford
Fresh Fruit Salad
at the University of Idaho state 4-H
from Lewjston, will return
The article listing the University
A specia] t]>ank you to Sheila Gus- office. Carl and Janet drove from
to this area and be at the Kendrick of Idaho students who were honored
Ed- Washington, DC to to Spokane and
t>n, Janet, Car]
Assembly of God church on Aug. 10 by qual]ifying for the Dean's List
wards, Chery] Tom a1>d Bob Bain, enjoyed a trip through many small WVe<]nesday, A»g, 6—
at 10:30 a. m.
pub]ished in last
i.ocal Luthemn Churches
Gazette pepper patchman, Lori O'eill, Jim communities in 13 states as Janet
Meat Loaf Top Hat
The group has ministered in Rus- contained an incorrect listing. Amy
potato Rounds and Cheese
and Haze] Caz1d]er, and Ujvian Ar- returned to her home north of SpoMeet oint y in ugust
%e Pinsoh is in the College of Letters nett for hosting the specia] event. kane.
Brocco]i & Cau]>f]ower
e fo m r Soviet Union. and Science. She was incorrect]5P
Haze] and Jim Cand]er ]Msted an
We fce] very b]essed by our fami]y
are remin(jed The public is invited to time of ]isted became of
and Zion Lutheran
Biscu>ts and butter
music a>>d ministry.
that the two
copy provided by the U. Of L
CarLson on Tuesday, July 29. Guests
Pudding with Topping
ing together durIng the month of
included Jim and Hazel, Boyd CanCar]sor>
London's Heathrow Airport is one
The oldest zoo jn existence Ig jhe
dier, Charlie and Effie Candler of
DATES TO REMEMBER
ship service on Sundays at the Zion of the world's busiest with
47.78choe»brt>nn Zoo jn V]em>a Austria
white will Lewiston, and Ada Westendahl.
Aug. I: Meal. Show 8<: Tell
passengers a year.
which opened jn 1752.
Saturday Hulda C]emenhagen ac- Aug. 6: Meal. Video.
more than triple its volume.
The Kendrick Gazette, Thursday,
Weekly at Kendrick, Latah County, Idaho 83537-0177
Post Office Box 177
Second Class Postage Paid at Kendrick, Idaho
Telephone: (208} 289-5731
A. Roth, Publisher
Wm. A, Roth, Editor
Nancy Van 11outen, News Editor
Subscription Rates: $ 10 per year in Latah, Ncz Perce, and
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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
)sy Arlyne Ciemm
and Betty McMahan
EnlI3p hasyging ~
Counties, Idaho ivill accept bids for:
1. stove oil: 2, gasoline, and 3. dicsel; for the 1997-98 school year.
1. Approxinlatcly 0,500 gallons of
No. 2 (or better) stove oil, delivered to thc storage tank at the ElcIdaho,
and the Vo. Ag. Builcling and Bus
Garage, Kendrick, Idaho, as nceclccl.
~ Real Estate
I'hc Board of Trustees reserves the
rl...itt Lo reject any or all bids or to
ai cpt the on(. cl('cln«cl best for the
S, htttt) District, and to Lvaivc any
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Kendrick Joint School
District No, 283
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Kendrick, Idaho 83537.
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gasoline availablc at local location
Lvithin the Kendrick School District,
SOUTH LATAII HIGH lVAY
NOTICI OF CANCELLATION
nS('l bu. fuel (blended
winter for easy starting) available
NorICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lc)eal location within thc Kcncll ick
til're being only one (1) filing
Th(. Board of Trustees of Kend- School District, as nccclcci.
rick Juint School District No, 283
bids sllall to'osition of Trustee of Zone 3,
Llt;lh, Nez Pcrce, and Cl(.arlvatcr b 111 lrl-cd ''FUEJ HTDS" flu(i u lll
t.an p. fn, otl 1(igh7LVay DiStriCt, the C leetiOn SChc
c rcccl'vcu Until
I August 13, 1997 at thc office oi thc doled for Tucsclav, A gUst 5, proKcncl- hi s been cancelled under the
'1. Of 34-1407, idaho Code, as
'icl-, Idaho. Bids 1vi]1 b('pcncd at vlsl
8;30 p, 111. that ( 1te,'ll the Inc(a ting
the Board of Trustees
G R A p H Y, of
South Latah llighway
Clclk's Office «t thc Kendrick High
fQpe go [Q$ IIIIgfl
Rumes Polalo t,'hips
LOTS TO CHOOSE FROM
ice ancl IVIike Patterson of Redmond,
Wash., Mike Culpcppcr of Pullman
at1ci Jim Robinson uf Moscow.
—12 Pa. Cans
—6 to 9
Open 8 to 7 Monday-Friday
Sunday 10 to S
Saturday B to 6
DR. PEPPER —
Reg. or Diet —
Sunday guests of Cecil and Jo
were Mr. and Mrs, John Farrington
and family of Tampa, Florida anci
Our comn1unity expresses it, syn1Mr. and Mrs. Richard Farrington pathy to the fanlily of former neighbor;lncl friend, Jack Smith. He will
end family of West Linn, Oregon.
George and Dclores Lyons attend- be missed.
ed the Lvedding of Mark Hutcheson
This 1vcck Glcnda Wilson mct hcr
and Ronda Addison
sister, S;Indy Grotziner of GrangeSaturday,
C. J. Syverson was a guest of his ville in Lewiston and visited 1vith
Roy and Dorm:1 Sy- her and ncphcLv Eric Williams and
verson from Friday to Sunday, Roy his fiancee.
Saturday Nels and Alana Sncve
and Donna returned
parents Troy and Mclissa Syicrson Ilttenclcci thc Lvedding of Ronda and
in Lewiston Sunday and luce»:lined T(Tark Hutcheson
in Lcwiston and
for a barbecue dinner.
Lvcre also at the reception following
Bill and Darlean
and at the Kendrick VFW hall. Saturgrandson Brian Clcmm campeci at ciay Nels ancl Alana attencled mernElk River from Friday U»lil Sunday, orial services for Jack Smith.
W(.cincsday dinner guests of Jeny
Brian, age 6, out-fishecl his granddad each day.
IGalloway ivcre Carol Bradford and
Celia Sigmond of San Diego, Calif.
Steve, Eristic, Nikki and Justin
Halt ai>ant saturday nnd sunday at
the poor farm.
By Darlean Wilson
Jerry, C]inton and Scott from Park. i', sore thr<>at or other prob]«ms
in-t The Kendrick Gazette, Thursday, July 31, ) i9/
Meals havv. been chances for visit- <Iic ted iii m<dical test.;. The
ing at Ethel's table when thv crew l;i(tor is rel'< rred to as "illness beJotly hlmlta
hauled to Clinton's barn and
at I avior," This is exhibited through
Hay, hay, hay! The sun is shining
The cr< ws took Saturday after-;Iud thoughts of f«cling
home. Meals 8< snacks provided. 'and the hay bales are being hauled.
off for partying. The Smiths Iif*sctii>infgf an i]in«ss t<i others, alterThv first ones w«lit into the barn
Lucinda Hitcs. 276-4512.
enjoy rl h'fpjng Aunt Jsnfcs grnjfhI in rf: Il, 'rrjvjfjns nn I;eskjng mndov«r
It9c waitingthe we«kend with many more !celebrate her 80th birthday at Clark-I i«;Ii
in the fi«ld. Many acres
lston on the 19th and joined the lar-l
"A par<at m;Iy kiave a role in de
FREE TO GOOD HOME: Turkish- havr bren swath(.d and still more ge gathering
at the Avon ranch home! >«riniiig
dec]awed conte a way of life for
nf Lfnny snrf BJ Jordan this pcs<
pjr m: v rsrnnrnhsr
eat. I blue eye, I yellow, 4- yrs.
Back Hoe 8 DL>rr>p Truck
These mach- Saturday to congratula1« them on lji«ii i» Iikier letting tlif rn st;iy home
old, Phone 276-7322.
i»vs do have a way of breaking '5th v;edding anniversary,
Clinton I«I Im school or t c«it ing a lot f>f
2t9nc dotvil at th(> lead], oppol'tune t]me,
and Ethvl Smith and grandson Nath-;i't<ntion
tvh<.n they weren't feeling
A h(it bvai ing on Park Ranch's an Stout attendvd the 90th birthday U.«ll. 0th«rs ni.fy iiave been treated
FOR SALE'. Two AST Pentium 'aler, being op< rat<.d by hired hand r«ception for Margaret Parks Sun- fli."f«t ent]y,"
I.]censed 8, Banded in Idaho!
I.«vy li<>tes that actions or becomputers
from our Don Golf]en, s«t a fire in the hay day aften>oon.
Other visitors at the Jerry Smith, Iiaviors reinforc<.d by parents often
field <in tliv southwvst sid«of Park,
classroom. Software Assitaiits,
luckily thv snioke attracted the at- place last we«k were Dan;ind Barb in«re;ise in fivqu< ncy. Be]ated tr>
I.arry and Debbie Funke, this finding, initial research indi2t9c tention of Jerry and Jody Smith Th»
C;>p]>s, and Tim and Dvbbie <:itcs that a child
I«nt h«l]> and notified Steve
NEED YQUE LAWN MOWED this , and Tracy
Johiison, Clinton Smith Carr:II nf,Dnnry, nrrd Lsnny Ann;Sy<r:Isr srrrnfjnn for s certain type
summer or taker> care of while saw the smokv
where hv was fenyou are on vacation. A reliabl« cing on the far side
IIay hands <>n Park Ranch have (lined t<> suffer from such complaof his place and
boy will do it for you. Call Adrian :irrivcd iii time for
the final mop-up. been Dan Gold<.n and Matt Robert-;,ints;is an;i<lult. Adrlitionally,
Thc total loss w«rv 3 big jellyroll son of Avon.
nts and chil<lr«n may follow simiLET OIJR TEAM WORK FOR YOU.
tf8nc b:iles an<] about an acre uf windSmith, with] ].,r patterns v.h«n it crimes to using
a Iong hot hour's work.
servic<s, one fr>rm of i]lness
TIP-TOP CONDITION. This ranch
Lewiston Monday to pick apricots ],«havior.
style honte is IMMACULATE! 2
Jody and Sc<!tt h iv< made their at aunt Paulina Whit«'s. They a]s« "W<t don't know the specifics about
large b«drooms, large kitchen, livCall
C ]] us 1today
f a 1,
us(>a] trips to I.clviston with a few called on their daughter Kay Stout,;;hich actions may influence childing w/ fir«place, main floor utiNathan
in.,l«rry joined them
n, bui. th«re is good indication
lities and ]<>ts of storage.
Full on thv 22nd (In;i
round-about thru day care kids, Kay and her boys tli<r( are connections bvtween genb <(St.'alt. nt tv]ul ill ol'e
51 D>icotv to a]1«nd 'to farm business wvlve nverni rht visitors at her par- (rations," shr says.
and hobbles. Mature land- 'in<I
ent's Park farm Friday, biinging
1035 NAV Nye, uite A
1230 S. Grand
kl«1] itin v«ith 1ki('
scaping. $ ]]0,000, Ask for Marge !
for a tveck's visit. Clinton ',.](Vays ignore th<. ir children's
i]lat POLESON RFrALTY, 746-3331. h<>lping Ih(.r» avoi<I;i total melt- and Eth<i]
ha<] inade a business trip n«ss
W(.ekvnd 8( cves. 743-0139.
'I'h«Smith liaying crew for the 1<> Winchester earlier in the day.
Otva>v that kids watch
Dianna Schrocder returned Thurs- <io and often imitate it. It's
POE EAI,F.: ISIII Ford (I T Pickup. tv«uk» nds tins iri«lu<]ijd brother Don
Smith, Mos«<>tv; .Jake Beyer, Bovill; d;iy from an extend<id stay with hcr inany activities, and it's also true
Call aft«r 6 p. m, 276-777].
.">Il(rk Iuallo]](', Dent'y; and this past mother in California.
Steve and Tracy Johnson, Cody
Sunday, s<in Jini Smith and daugh~eenntannSFE~
FOR SAIsE; Ft't ski Cuciilllbt.l'ss pots( t«rs front lloyd«n
Lak<, to join and Tylrl havv been entertaining,
Tracy's mother, Jackie Miller, on f,juliaetta
to(e, 8< summer squaski 8: mor<,
Do You have a BURNING in YOUR neck
Call aft(r 3 p. m. for details and
a visit from hcr Golden, Colorado
(D«laved from Last Week)
to place an <>rd«r c.ill 276-3535. !
or back, arm or leg'?
Leave a inessagr. Call will be
BIG YARD SALE: Fri. 6( Sat. Aug.
I A. 2. 403 Ward
9 to 5. Large collection children's
Parents May Influence
FREE TO GOOD IIOME'
puppies. FIa]f Lab 6( half Aust.
shepherd. Call 289-367] (tv(irk) or
1219 Idaho St.—Lewlston
hLATmht MEETINGS w]Q be held
Friday at 8:00 p. m. for teenagers
1$ Fears and older, at the Farm
Bureau Insurance Bldg. In Kendrick. Call 289-3151 for Info.
aanTdRICK FIRE BALL Ie av>LIIable to rent for famQy gathextngs.
lii far meeting room; )%5 ter
ktlobaa and meeting room. Contact koran or Scott Ha]non at
Licensed Public Accountant
Serving Your Community
For 26 Years
Assoc. Public Accountanls
National Society Public Account...
NI-II71 at vbtt 10S W. k.
he year real oataeo
"BSQ Out Back"
426 Water Street
A Community for
Phone (208) 276-7591
TDD (206) 335-3248
community area for
Care Policy GR-NO85
Many Apartments Have Been
Call Len Spreiter
0 Box 286 II15
Offering First Month Rent
Free for a Limited Time.
on Home Health
LIFE AND CASUALTY CO
Call for details
time has come
COMING SATURDAY, AUG.
An idea whose
Tuessl Thurs., Fri,
Ron's Rocket Shop
Twice-Baked Spuds & Salad
forward to working in
Hours: 9 to
STEAK served with
Design in Moscow
Wedsl Thurs prI.
to our staff.
Friday Hite is Steak Night
"You need special
care at horne" 7
a recent graduate of
Leon's School of Hair
at the Antelope
Where Do You
Tues. & Thurs.
We are pleased
Pump Instal]ation d]: Service
22 Years Experience
Licensed, Bonded, Insured
for Free Estimate-
please Tell Your Friends!
ln>etage tarlna Ooll
office TODAY to schedule
LET DR. NICHOLAS PUT OUT THAT. FIRF!
~u~s~ ~u~u~~u~u~ «n~ rr
A jLENTALt We
oui at tawa.
balHast Oaa(ttyata eat
w~ hetaea 70>n <Eeeeeel+ ea a
IFIOI1IIISIONAL CARPI]s T CLI]'JkNIIta. Coutact Rgrder'e Home
Canter. Keadrlek 989-8MI.
Call our Lewiston
$ Pf [t Pf
but don't know where to buy
the«al Call 8htrleI< Hadley, Avon
Iadepeadeat Sales Representative.
EACH WEDNESDAY IN KENDRICK
JEFF SOWLE D p 5
LAWN MOWING: Hard-working
13yr.-old looking for yards to motv
in Juliaetta, If you are interested
please call Lance Hedler 276-4391.
NEED YOUR YARD WORK DONE7
Call me at 289-4494.
be at the
I.evy, who has conducted rcs«arch
into illness b«haviors, explains that
a p< rsnn's being labeled ill r«suits
from a combination of two factors.
IVII]s a Prob<Etc
Real Estate 4 Business
Faml]y Law <b D]voroe
KENDRICK FIRE HALL
TV; various sizes
FOR RENT: 1 8E 2 bedroom apartments. Phone 208-835-4611.
l)ale Wolff, Morgan and Colin, joind the
family for dinner
.Y],try Jn and Gale visited Mary Jo s
Base Board Heaters.
LAWN MOWING SERVICE in the
Oameron, Leland, Southwlck area.
Call 289-5391, ask for Russ.
around children, livestock. Knows
a few basic commands. Nice dogs.
but we hove one too many. Phone
you just tough it out'.
How you respond to illness may Don Pratt in Craigmont.
depend on a variety of factors. Yet
research indicates your parents may
role in ',
shaping your pere«ption and reaction Io illness
behaviors you can
|tiled I!]h $ eI'tilt'I
in turn pass;ilong to your children.
"Parents tend to rein force and
model b(haviors for their children,
and those bvhaviors
dealing with illness," explains Dr,
nuns Lnvy, prnfn,snr n( the Un>vcrI[<>y
sity of Washington School of Social I
FOR SA[~: 1969 Baba Vo]kstvagon
Bug; 2 15 gal. F]sh Tanks (com-
FREE TO GOOD
CII ERR] I 8: Nelson's
'I'r<>y, ID, still h(>s pl«nty of good
You pick, 45c lb. We
pick, 70c lb, C]t>sed Saturdays.
NEED HELP HAYING7 I have 3
years experience. Call Matt Weyen
FOR SALE: Approx. 38 acres farmland and 6 acres
Terms, Send bids to
510 A]rway Drive,
Lewlston, ID 83501, by Aug. 1.
Phone 743-2491. Owner reserves
right to accept or reject any or
toys. Duplos, cars 4 trucks, pull !
toys, farm sets, r;icetrack, remot«
control truck, etc, 13oys clothes
siz«s 2-7, larg«size wonl(sll s clothes. Playpen,
Sheets, full, twin
and crib. Kitch«n it«ins, etc, 'Ihis
is a liirgc sal(. NO carly birds.
CTLII for Details or Stop by and
Our Manager v(ill be happy to
Show You Around <Lad
ATLswer Your Questions.
cooperation with the City of Kendrick,
Dave Dean of Davey's Recycling, will be in
Kendrick each Thursday morning to pick up
recyclible items if placed at the curbside
Here is what is being accepted
Cardboard (corrugated 8 uncorrugated)
Plastics No. 1, No. 2 8 Milk Jugs
please don t use plastic bags for recycllbles
Please have items out by 7:30 a. m. Thursdays
~ It would help if you would rinse all cans and
make sure they are empty. You do not have
to take the labels off.
~ Cardboard must be flattened. It would be
very space saving if everything else was also
THANK YOU VERY MUCH
The Kendrick Gazette, Thursday,
the wedding of Mark Hutcheson and
Randy Grant of Emida spent lastllzonda
Adamson in Lewiston. Sun- K endrick
( e»y d fronl Last Week)
day the Henson family and friends
Marie and Milton Grant, Last Tues- picnicked and picked huckleberries
day Marie assisted with the dinncrlin ihe Laird Park area. The group th
service for involved Buddy and Alice. Bryce en
j Mildred Johnson. Marie and Milton and Chelsie, Tony and Kelli and
»cky visited Ann Turner in
') attended the funeral for Leonard Jordan, Tiffany Henson and Jake,
g, ln the
visited Jarrod and Alex, Ed and
( with Wm. Briers and treated
htm~eorkitt, Theresa Boycr, Shannon and
om n's FellowshiP
nl e g
Kendrick Chul'ch. Don Benswas a Monday
tcr. Saturday Milton and Marie at- Lake, Wash. visited over the weekI fend d iha rvcddinu
cky visited Kari Galloway.
reception at the cod tvith ltfillic stockard and Dick
VFW for Mark Hutcheson and Ron-} Mabbott.
Monday Marie and
t ended th. funerShirley Richey and granddaugther
ivood with Richard and Fonda Wil- da
Amber went to Lewiston to shop, son. Sunday evening the Hubbards
They also stopped by the hospital to entertained
friend Jim and Ellie
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Higli iSchool ivas oiic of thr younj,
reccptio» fo r
and K" thy Witt
Thtir <lay Laurin
J; ct 1.'d '; 1
guest wi III hcl'notl 'r
Ada IVcst n iahl. Th rsda Ad
a» ovcrniglit gii<.st ivlth Janet in
aIIo >pcIIt lh
21st J;in t
nigiit wIth Ad .
Pearl Groseclose. Wednesday Pearl hcr friend Tiffany Fulton of Burns,
Benjamin toI Oregon visited with Freda and EvIvioscow where they met carlenelcrctt Farrington
Friday and saturWaltner and Gertie Pederson for ] day, The girls drove up to particiiunch. Thursday pearl divas an evc-IIJate in a Twiet family reunion.
ter.Ã4RI( sc IDA11O
ning dinner guest of Andy and Jamil
Eric Southwick, Lila Weaver and
Brown and family on Fix Ridge., Sharon Suebcrt and boys visited on
Monday 8 Tuesday 5 am 3 pm
Hairy and Dorothy Winters of Lew- Monday ivith Thcda and Ted Metcalf
Tony and Bonnie
Wednesday to Fnday 5 am 9 pm
Tuesday Buddy Henson divas thc Hayward, Calif, arrived for a visit
Saturdays 6 am to 9 pm
guest of honor at a family ilinner 'ith <laughter Cari Millage and hushostcd by his ivit'e to celebrate his biind Mike, and Bonnie's moth<.l,
Sundays 6 am to 8 pm
birthday. Guests were Marvin and Bernice Peterson of Lcwiston. Some
Ila Henson of Lewiston,
Grace~ of the higlilights of the visit were:
Groscclose and Alyssia Henson of a barbecue on Friday. Attending
andi wrrc John and Dcb Harris and
Kathy Grosrclosc, Desmond and Ka- cnc Flowrr oi'uliactta
=ri joined them for calwe, ice cream, classmate from Katniah), a trip to
Friday, Aug. I
Saturday the family gathered at thc Divorshak
Kendrick Park to observe the birth-', week ended with a wonderful dindays of Buddy, Kari Groseclose and, ner at Rooster's Landing in Clarks5
Sunday, Aug. 3
Jordan Hrnson of Ephrata. Those, ton, Attending wire Bernice Petcrll'tt<.ndlng
aild Aller soil of Lcwistoil, Bonllle and Tony,
Hcnson, Chclsic and Bryce,Ed and, Drvie, Hcn and Brandi of Lewiston,
Corkill, Scott Corkill, Tony, Hannah Holinan of Clarkston, and
a<id Kclli Henson
and Jordan of '1ike and Cari,
Ephrata, Marvin and Ila Hcnson,
,Nancy Swanson of Post Falls, Tiff«l
ala ai rs I fkafr alr al:cthlasr
tic I air
alc alc Sir ai'I
ajr nIC I,
re-'ny Henson Joke Jarrod and Alex
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Justin Hall of orofino is spcnd..oa, all of olarkston.
ing the week with his grandmother
d< Ck ldahO
r ocol News
the fiftieth wedding anniversary
Option for Betty llnd Floyd He<ill
gartner Jane English was a Mon ',Kathv and Karl Gloscclosc
illiilatc all throublesomc
Grace Groscclosc, Saturdav evcnin, but it will bet many of them, rw
Red Cross Pharmacy
Gift 8 Floral
toMarilyn Benjamin had lunch
author in a Mos'osv restaurant. Qn
Sunday marilyn and Verlin hosted
a family potluck dinner. Guests were
Gertie Pederson of Ailoscow, Rob and
Lotta Pedcrson and Martha and Albert
Herb and Erin Pederson of Ephrata,
Inez Broweleit of Colfax, Bobbie
and Jerry Pederson of Hayden Lake,
Ken Pederson, Dan anil Sue Wenstrom, Dana and Drew,
Tracy Benjamin, Lori and Duane
Bogar, Kyle and Kristopher, all of
Lewiston. Pearl Groseclose was a
visitor in the afternoon. Bobbie and
Jerry were overnight guests and returned home Monday morning.
Mark and Denise Fischer called
on Juanita Craig and Jeanne Wadford saturday. Joanna and Juanita
attended the party to celebrate Mar-
'Ivlillon wilson on wednesday.
Groseclose of Winston, Oregon is a I ///</
houscducst of Lura while ha is in ~PQQz
the area on business, Linda Castilloi////
and her mother, Edith Adams of I///~
Seattle visited with Lura and othersi////
in the community
Ran(lail (:Iittint;, D. V. M.
this past, week,
Viola Johns and Dian Groseclose ~~/
went to Kennewick, Wash. Wednes-I////
110 W. LNtlin
day and Thursday where Viola uniderwent
cataract surgery. Friday
KF,'Xl)ll.ICI<, Il)AHO 835:37
afternoon Quentin Whybark
merton, Wash was a visitor. Satur-I////
day Esther Nye was a morning caller and Delores Polumsky visitrd in,/////
or toll free
the afternoon. Monday Viola cele- I +//~
rebrated her 85th birthday. Shc
ceived many phone calls from fam- ////
ily and friends from far and near.l////
Wendy Parks drop- ////
ped by wih a gift and warm wishes. I/////
Happy birthday, Viola!
nudy 1~&~& I 1rhe snfi Sltlsii Atttmitls, Offertn<r Mobile
Meyer lvere pleased to have a vis- ////
Doug A Christina
Kendrick, [email protected]
509 Eiuit Main
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